Addmaster, Europe’s leading provider of antimicrobial additives for the healthcare sector, will attend and play a prominent role at this year’s IHEEM Healthcare Estates Annual Conference.
The company specialises in reducing the risk of cross contamination within the healthcare industry, and has been working closely with partners in the sector to understand the greatest risks concerning infection to be able to respond accordingly.
The IHEEM conference will be held at Manchester Central on the 10th and 11th of October and includes the prestigious IHEEM Annual Conference, Awards Dinner and the UK’s largest trade exhibition for the sector.
The aim of the conference is to build innovative and productive partnerships in asset management. The exhibition hall, which will consist of over 200 stands will also bring together those who build, manage and maintain healthcare facilities.
The event provides an opportunity for organisations to share experience and encourage further collaboration between healthcare teams and industry to improve hygiene performance.
Paul Morris, CEO and founder of Addmaster, will be representing the company at the two-day event by giving a presentation on some of the key topics in question.
Paul said: “The presentation will be specifically focused around the importance of breaking the chain of infection by minimising exposure pathways, especially in high risk areas.
“It will provide clarity on topics such as antimicrobial vs. antibacterial and the ease of specification when protecting products with antimicrobial additives as well as demonstrating the use of products and applications already in widespread use within the healthcare and consumer sectors.
“The conference is a great opportunity to share information and network with other key players across the industry.”
A group of Addmaster’s suppliers will also be at the event to talk about their products, which feature Biomaster silver ion technology. The antimicrobial additive developed by the company is incorporated into a variety of products already in use in the healthcare sector and NHS specifically offering product and surface protection to inhibit the growth of pathogenic bacteria and reducing the risk of cross contamination.
The exhibiting suppliers provide an ideal range of available products for estates and facilities managers, architects and P22 specifiers to choose from and include; Armitage Shanks, BeaconMedaes, Dart Valley Systems, Graham Environmental Services (Tandrup), Haigh, Static Systems and Trovex amongst others.
To find out more visit www.addmaster.co.uk